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Heebie & Jeebie's Shortcut, Liz Husmann Jan 2020

Heebie & Jeebie's Shortcut, Liz Husmann

Zea E-Books

Heebie & Jeebie take a shortcut home because they played too long after (ghost) school. It's an exciting journey.


The Precolumbian Textiles In The Roemer- And Pelizaeus-Museum Hildesheim, Germany, Lena Bjerregaard Jan 2020

The Precolumbian Textiles In The Roemer- And Pelizaeus-Museum Hildesheim, Germany, Lena Bjerregaard

Zea E-Books

Along the coast of Peru is one of the driest deserts in the world. Here, under the sand, the ancient Peruvians buried their dead wrapped in gorgeous textiles. As organic material keeps almost forever when stored without humidity, light and oxygen, many of the mummies excavated in the last hundred years are in excellent conditions. And so are the textiles wrapped around them. Their clear colors are still dazzling and the textile fibers in good condition. Textiles were highly valued objects in ancient Peru – used for expressing status and diverse messages in these non-literate but highly organized and very developed ...


The Abyssinian Art Of Louis Agassiz Fuertes In The Field Museum, Paul A. Johnsgard Jan 2020

The Abyssinian Art Of Louis Agassiz Fuertes In The Field Museum, Paul A. Johnsgard

Zea E-Books

This book documents the paintings and drawings executed by Louis Agassiz Fuertes during the Field Museum of Natural History’s seven-month expedition to Ethiopia (Abyssinia) in 1926–27. During that time Fuertes completed 70 field watercolors that illustrate 55 species of birds and four species of mammals. He also executed 34 pencil drawings, which illustrate 13 species of mammals and 11 species of birds, plus numerous miscellaneous sketches and small watercolors. This book identifies and describes the biology of all 69 species of birds and mammals illustrated by Fuertes and includes 32 color reproductions of Fuertes’s watercolors that were ...


Wearing Justice, Chanjuan Chen, Sue Yoder Jan 2020

Wearing Justice, Chanjuan Chen, Sue Yoder

Kent State University Museum

No abstract provided.


Luxurious Surfaces: Chinese Decorative Arts From The 15th To The Early 20th Century, William T. Caterham, Ashley E. M. Jeffords, Merlyn I. Maldonado Lopez, Sarah Paul, James H. Raphaelson, Megan N. Reimer, Shannon R. Zeltmann, Tianrun Zhao, Yan Sun Dec 2019

Luxurious Surfaces: Chinese Decorative Arts From The 15th To The Early 20th Century, William T. Caterham, Ashley E. M. Jeffords, Merlyn I. Maldonado Lopez, Sarah Paul, James H. Raphaelson, Megan N. Reimer, Shannon R. Zeltmann, Tianrun Zhao, Yan Sun

Schmucker Art Catalogs

Luxurious Surfaces: Chinese Decorative Arts from the Fifteenth to the Early Twentieth Century is a highly anticipated exhibition that highlights student learning in the art history program. The curators, William Caterham ’20, Ashley Jeffords ’20, Merlyn Maldonado Lopez ’22, Sarah Paul ’22, James Raphaelson ’21, Megan Reimer ’22, Shannon Zeltmann ’21 and Tianrun Zhao ’20, are students enrolled in the Art History Method class in Fall 2019. The exhibition examines the quintessential characteristics and the meaning of Chinese decorative arts embedded in the luxurious surfaces of sixteen carefully selected works from Gettysburg College’s Asian Art Collection.


Uprising, Issue 8, Fall 2019, University Of Northern Iowa. Northern Iowa Student Government. Oct 2019

Uprising, Issue 8, Fall 2019, University Of Northern Iowa. Northern Iowa Student Government.

Uprising

Inside This Issue:
Investigating Success ••• 5
Advocating for Female Empowerment: Dean Leslie Wilson's Perspective ••• 7
Move Up ••• 9
Simply Happy ••• 15
Instinctively Creative ••• 19
Poem: Morning Motivation ••• 20
Strong: My Only Option ••• 22
Speak Up: Prosperity in Survival ••• 27
Poem: Success ••• 31
How to Build a Capsule Wardrobe ••• 33
Green is the New Black ••• 35
Penthouse Views ••• 39
Poem: A Toast to the Girl in the Short Skirt ••• 46


Exploring Environmental Issues Using Eco Art, Mahbubur Meenar, Ted Howell Sep 2019

Exploring Environmental Issues Using Eco Art, Mahbubur Meenar, Ted Howell

Open Educational Resources

Ecological and environmental art, or “Eco Art,” describes works of art that engage issues related to the environment, ecology, and/or sustainability. Broadly, Eco Art serves as a compelling means of conceiving humanity’s relationship to the natural world. In part because ecological topics such as climate change, extinction, and pollution are dominated by scientific discourse, Eco Art offers new pathways for artistic expression and for understanding ecological issues. In the words of art writer Linda Weintraub, Eco Art “stands out from the din of environmental warnings, policies, and campaigns because its content is enriched by artistic imagination and its ...


Dotphotozine Issue 8, September 2019, Students Of The Csusb Art Department, Thomas Mcgovern Sep 2019

Dotphotozine Issue 8, September 2019, Students Of The Csusb Art Department, Thomas Mcgovern

Dotphotozine

No abstract provided.


Continuity, Aleksandar Eftimovski Jun 2019

Continuity, Aleksandar Eftimovski

Artists-in-Residence Programme : Exhibition Catalogues

The sculptures displayed in this exhibition demonstrate knowledge transfer and cultural exchange between Aleksandar and Lingnan students in the process of creating site-specific works. They are largely made by timber from Chi Kee Sawmill & Timber, which was founded in North Point on Hong Kong Island in 1947, but later relocated to Chai Wan and then its current site in Kwu Tong, Sheung Shui in 1982. Unfortunately, this rare survivor of timber business has recently been identified as one of the first areas to be cleared for the controversial North East New Territories Development Plan launched by the HKSAR government. When ...


Aer-075, Yasmin Soloman May 2019

Aer-075, Yasmin Soloman

Hospitality Design Graduate Capstones

Anticipating the potential future changes of airport design and expansion along with city planning for the purpose of bringing the two entities in closer alignment with one another is the main purpose of this book.

By conducting a timeline analysis of five different US cities and their airports, conclusions were drawn from tracking the relationship between the growth patterns of both. This allowed for a discovery of methods to increase connectivity with one another. These conclusions were followed by an overview of the jet industry and its possible future impacts on the way airports are designed, considering future adaptations of ...


[In]Hospitable, Pedro Borquez, Taylor Wolak May 2019

[In]Hospitable, Pedro Borquez, Taylor Wolak

Hospitality Design Graduate Capstones

Through comparative analysis of existing development in this region, this project identifies archetypes of ranging scale and magnitude which will influence evidence-based adaptive reuse design strategies and prototypical responses. With such a vast infrastructure, many opportunities exist to subvert paradigm shifts of thinking in terms of desert living, resource management, and utility distribution.


Artscape, Emylanie Carnate, Ronald Cano May 2019

Artscape, Emylanie Carnate, Ronald Cano

Hospitality Design Graduate Capstones

In this thesis, three design opportunities are presented. The first design iteration looks at the micro scale. Public infrastructure along the length of the strip serves as canvases for public art. By expressing art on posts, utility boxes, guardrails, and bollards, a consistent rhythm of public art along the strip links together the separated attractions and properties. To emphasize this connection, the second design iteration implements intermittent hooks. Here, the meso scale reinforces public art interventions on medium-scale sites, such as street medians. The third design iteration is in the macro scale, which involves artscape anchors at either end of ...


Where Do We Come From? Where Are We Going?, Finn Leong, Carley Nolan May 2019

Where Do We Come From? Where Are We Going?, Finn Leong, Carley Nolan

Curating Contemporary Art Course Student Shows Documents

Sotheby’s Institute of Art is pleased to present Where Do We Come From? Where Are We Going?, a group exhibition curated by Sotheby’s MA Contemporary Art and MA Art Business candidates Finn Leong and Carley Nolan. The exhibition, on view from May 7th to May 13th, 2019, marks the fourth installment in a series of exhibitions curated by MA students enrolled in Curating Contemporary Art.


From Lace To Chains. The Making Of A Print, Alison G. Stewart Apr 2019

From Lace To Chains. The Making Of A Print, Alison G. Stewart

Zea E-Books

How have printed works of art changed over time? Do printmakers today work with the same materials and techniques that printmakers used centuries ago? And does printmaking involve the same motivations, concerns, or methods of distribution today as it did in the past?

These were questions asked by University of Nebraska–Lincoln students in a history of prints class in the School of Art, Art History & Design taught by Hixson-Lied Professor of Art History Alison Stewart during fall semester 2018. For this curatorial project, students selected one set of old master prints (pre-1850) and one modern (post-1850) print from Sheldon ...


Unbound 2019 Exhibitor Faqs, Risd Unbound, Risd Library Apr 2019

Unbound 2019 Exhibitor Faqs, Risd Unbound, Risd Library

2019 Print

No abstract provided.


Unbound 2019 Program, Risd Unbound, Risd Library Apr 2019

Unbound 2019 Program, Risd Unbound, Risd Library

2019 Print

No abstract provided.


Unbound 2019 Brochure, Risd Unbound, Risd Library Apr 2019

Unbound 2019 Brochure, Risd Unbound, Risd Library

2019 Print

No abstract provided.


Unbound 2019 Brochure, Risd Unbound, Risd Library Apr 2019

Unbound 2019 Brochure, Risd Unbound, Risd Library

2019 Print

No abstract provided.


Unbound 2019 Brochure, Risd Unbound, Risd Library Apr 2019

Unbound 2019 Brochure, Risd Unbound, Risd Library

2019 Print

No abstract provided.


Unbound 2019 Program, Risd Unbound, Risd Library Apr 2019

Unbound 2019 Program, Risd Unbound, Risd Library

2019 Print

No abstract provided.


Unbound 2019 Program, Risd Unbound, Risd Library Apr 2019

Unbound 2019 Program, Risd Unbound, Risd Library

2019 Print

No abstract provided.


Unbound 2019 Brochure, Risd Unbound, Risd Library Apr 2019

Unbound 2019 Brochure, Risd Unbound, Risd Library

2019 Print

No abstract provided.


Exhibitions And Events, Spring 2019, University Galleries Apr 2019

Exhibitions And Events, Spring 2019, University Galleries

University Galleries

Listing of exhibitions, events, and lectures held at the University Galleries at Illinois State University.


The Lantern, 2018-2019, Madison Rodak, Griffin Banks, Kieran Demelfi, Tommy Armstrong, Isaiah Braugher, Sophia Dibattista, Courtney A. Duchene, Samuel Ernst, Sarah Howell, Michael Kibblehouse, Daniel Walker, Robert Wilf, Kiley Addis, Kim Corona, A. J. Cutrufello, Taahira Davis, Sarah Defelice, Matt Dwyer, Sydney Gonzalez, Rachel Haas-Gutin, Jenifer Joseph, Kevin Leon, Amy Litofsky, Janice Partee, Thea Pastras, Maddie Ressler, Julia Stern, Ren Toscano, Liam Worcheck, Clara Baker, Anastasia Dziekan, Valerie Eichler, Lola Holcomb, Alexa Beacham, Emily Counts, Millie Drury, Sophie Gioffre, Melanie E. Lee, Lilly Mcqueen, Robert Varney, Taylor Wilson, Kristen Cooney Apr 2019

The Lantern, 2018-2019, Madison Rodak, Griffin Banks, Kieran Demelfi, Tommy Armstrong, Isaiah Braugher, Sophia Dibattista, Courtney A. Duchene, Samuel Ernst, Sarah Howell, Michael Kibblehouse, Daniel Walker, Robert Wilf, Kiley Addis, Kim Corona, A. J. Cutrufello, Taahira Davis, Sarah Defelice, Matt Dwyer, Sydney Gonzalez, Rachel Haas-Gutin, Jenifer Joseph, Kevin Leon, Amy Litofsky, Janice Partee, Thea Pastras, Maddie Ressler, Julia Stern, Ren Toscano, Liam Worcheck, Clara Baker, Anastasia Dziekan, Valerie Eichler, Lola Holcomb, Alexa Beacham, Emily Counts, Millie Drury, Sophie Gioffre, Melanie E. Lee, Lilly Mcqueen, Robert Varney, Taylor Wilson, Kristen Cooney

The Lantern Literary Magazines

The Treasure Buried in Ponce de Leon's Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park • High Cards on the Low River • Sestina of a Vagina left in the microwave too long • Keeps on Tripping • The Auction • Nuclear Meltdown on Seedship C5B.6 • Cock Fight • An Interview with God • Minimum Wage • Star-Crossed Lovers • Romeo Echo Alpha • PM Entertainment, or Action Beats • The Gospel of Aggregates • Hel Hath no Fury • Crossing the Line • Mango de la hora • Stress Judgment • Perception (Part 2) • Rain Falling Up • Church: the Italian Market • Landscape with the Fall of Hillary • Forced to Ponder • Morally Upright • Adulthood • Migration in Tandem ...


Learn The Terms: A Visual Glossary, 2019 Edition, Gayle Schaub, Vinicius Lima, Jacob Mol, Christina Elsholz Apr 2019

Learn The Terms: A Visual Glossary, 2019 Edition, Gayle Schaub, Vinicius Lima, Jacob Mol, Christina Elsholz

Open Teaching Tools

Understanding a discipline requires a fundamental understanding of its concepts, theories, and terminology. Critical to academic success, these are often assumed to be widely understood by students.

The students of Graphic Arts V, fall 2018, created poster to help students understand one of the ACRL Framework’s concept, scholarship as conversation.. These bold, eye-catching informational posters, produced and disseminated in and outside of the Library, promote learning through innovative designs created by students for students.


Saga Vol. 82 / 2018-2019, Melissa Conway, Stephanie Tillman Apr 2019

Saga Vol. 82 / 2018-2019, Melissa Conway, Stephanie Tillman

SAGA Art & Literary Magazine

No abstract provided.


The Idol, 2019, Savannah Jelks, Samantha Miller Apr 2019

The Idol, 2019, Savannah Jelks, Samantha Miller

The Idol

The Idol is proud to present the 2019 publication of Union's Literary Magazine. Thank you to everyone who submitted their work, we are always amazed by the talented students on this campus. The selection process was incredibly difficult.

I would also like to thank our staff for all of their patience and commitment through the chaos it takes to produce this publication. We would not be able to do it without all of you and look forward to working with you again. And we will greatly miss the graduating seniors who have been staples of this club.


Livd: Issue 16.1: "Fair Game", Portland State University. School Of Art + Design Apr 2019

Livd: Issue 16.1: "Fair Game", Portland State University. School Of Art + Design

LIVD

LIVD is a semi/annual publication produced in the Pacific Northwest, dedicated to the intersection of art, design, culture and how these influence lived experience.

LIVD pays hommage to the inspiring and idealistic efforts of the early twentieth century avant-garde, balancing the academic with the personal and experimental.

Volume 16.1, “Fair Game,” includes articles dissecting appropriation from a variety of vantage points. Contributor Julianna Johnson opens the publication with an essay outlining her experience as a designer and illustrator who has had her work stolen and re-sold through Amazon. Bonnie Blake writes on typography and “oriental exoticism,” and the ...


Uprising, Issue 7, Spring 2019, University Of Northern Iowa. Northern Iowa Student Government. Apr 2019

Uprising, Issue 7, Spring 2019, University Of Northern Iowa. Northern Iowa Student Government.

Uprising

Inside this issue:
-- Poem: Untitled ••• 6
-- Through the Looking Glass ••• 7
-- The Way I Talk To Myself ••• 12
-- Honey Swell: A Cross Country Collab ••• 14
-- Speak Up: Under Fire ••• 16
-- Poem: White Picket Fence ••• 19
-- Anomaly 'Chic' ••• 20
-- Designer to Watch ••• 27
-- Artist to Watch ••• 28
-- #AuthenticallyMe ••• 29
-- RegiMEN ••• 29
-- Poem: Untitled ••• 31
-- Swole ••• 32
-- Eating Green ••• 34
-- Dare To Be You ••• 37
-- Seance Clothing ••• 42
-- Poem: Sunshine Girl ••• 47
-- Defaulted ••• 48


To Japan And Back: The Art Of Orr Marshall, Orr Marshall Apr 2019

To Japan And Back: The Art Of Orr Marshall, Orr Marshall

Archives & Reprint Series (imprint)

How many ways are there to interpret an idea, to present a vision? The artist Orr Marshall's exploration of these questions is the subject of this book in text and images. Like most children, he began drawing pictures as soon as he could hold a pencil or a crayon, depicting the weird creatures of his imagination. He maintained a concentration on art through school, majoring in painting at Yale School of Art and Architecture where Josef Albers was his most inspiring teacher. Another interest of his was language study, especially Japanese and Chinese with their writing systems and calligraphy ...